Sunday, 31 December 2017

✧Review✧ Lush: Butterball Bath Bomb

Hey guys, I know its been a while and that I haven't really been blogging consistently I'm just swamped in uni work and whilst I'm at home I'm still fairly busy but also want to relax a bit.
Hopefully I can figure a schedule out soon and will be back updating frequently at least once a week, so please bare with me.

Today I have a review of another bath bomb by Lush this time it is the 'Butterball Bath Bomb'.
This bath bomb was £2.75 and is currently rated 4.3/5 stars on the lush website. For in-depth details about the bath bomb it will be at the end of this review.

Personally I thought the scent of this bath bomb was lovely I found it to smell fresh and clean with a slight sweet smell. As you can see this bath bomb is white with some speckles of beige and pink.

The bath bomb definitely fizzes once it is dropped into the water which I like as surprisingly some bath bombs don't properly do that and you have to kind of move them about yourself for them to dissolve.

On the Lush Website this is their description of the bath bomb:
"It may look unassuming, but don't let that fool you: this fizzer is nothing less than a little slice of bathing heaven. Pop it into your tub and lie back among a dreamy vanilla scent and a blanket of creamy, buttery froth. Hot baths can leave your skin feeling dried out, but Butterball's generous flecks of fair trade organic cocoa butter keep every inch of your skin soft and hydrated".

This bath bomb didn't stain my bath phew however it did leave behind all the residue which you can see in the picture which was slightly annoying to clean up although some of it does attach to your body and I'm presuming this is like the cocoa butter as my skin did feel really soft afterwards.

The ingredients in this bath bomb include -
Sodium Bicarbonate, Citric Acid, Fair Trade Cocoa Butter (Theobroma cacao), Synthetic Musk (Ethylene Brassylate), Ylang Ylang Oil (Cananga odorata), Fragrance.

Personally one of my favourite things about Lush is that they do not test on animals which is possibly why they are so popular.
Hopefully you guys enjoyed this little Lush bath bomb review and like I previously mentioned I'm hoping to sort out my scheduling with this blog and actually upload on a specific day at least once a week.

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